Secretary of State Pompeo: US is assessing Senegal’s security

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addressed Senegal’s security concerns on a visit to the country.

Violence on the continent by armed groups such as the ISIL (ISIS) group in the Greater Sahara and Boko Haram has doubled, with 4,000 deaths last year, according to the United Nations.

Pompeo said that he would work with Senegal and other countries to fight the rising attacks.

But he also warned of China’s growing economic influence in Africa.

Al Jazeera’s Nicolas Haque reports from Dakar.

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In This Story: Mike Pompeo

Mike Pompeo is an American politician, diplomat, businessman, and attorney who, since April 2018, has been serving as 70th United States secretary of state. He is a former United States Army officer and was Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from January 2017 until April 2018.

President Donald Trump nominated Pompeo as secretary of state in March 2018, with Pompeo succeeding Rex Tillerson after his dismissal. Pompeo was confirmed by the Senate on April 26, 2018, in a 57–42 vote and was sworn in the same day.

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